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Joseph Grima: Open-Source Architecture

Architect Joseph Grima gives a talk on "Open-Source Architecture," a way of designing buildings and other objects that brings end users to the fore in the design process. This participatory approach conceives of design as a viewpoint onto the everyday life of the people who will use the created object—be it a house or a bicycle—and attempts to leverage the work of designing to empower them. 

Director: Benjamin Kahlmeyer. DOP: Max v. Matthiessen. Sound: Niklas Olscha. Editor: Ramona Schopinski. Assistant Editor: Rebekka Meßner. Producer: Johannes v. Liebenstein. Film production: Lovestone Film. Music provided by: Mona Davis Beat.

© 2012 Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

Date added: Jul 31

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